Kellogg Brown & Root (UK) Ltd v Fitton [2016] UKEAT/0205

Reason for dismissal must be what was in the mind of the employer at the time of dismissal

Two employees (the employees) were dismissed after Kellogg decided to close the workplace in which they were both employed and sought to invoke a contractual mobility clause: the employees had refused to relocate in accordance with Kellogg’s instruction.

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